Sexual arousal disorders are common among Veterans, but most Veterans don’t realize they can be compensated for sexual arousal disorders if they can prove it was caused by military service. One of most recent disorders that Veterans can claim is Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (FSAD). In 2018, the U.S. Department…

Once a rating decision has been issued and a benefit has been granted, the VA usually schedules a future examination.  Reexaminations are scheduled so that the VA can assign an evaluation that currently and accurately reflects the present level of the Veteran’s disability.  The purpose of the practice of medicine…

VA Disability for Welders

Veterans who served in the Armed Forces are entitled to disability compensation for any injuries or disabilities they sustained while serving. However, many Veterans have trouble getting their claim approved after filing for disability benefits. This is especially true for Veterans who served as welders in the Armed Forces. All…

How to File a VA Claim for PTSD

PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) is a long-term mental health condition that affects people who have witnessed or experienced a traumatic event. PTSD symptoms can be debilitating to the mind, and ultimately devastating to your quality of life. Unfortunately, because of the nature of military service, Veterans are uniquely predisposed to…

Many Veterans develop hearing disorders or some form of hearing loss while in the military, regardless of their branch of service. This is likely attributable to the constant training near loud equipment, whether that be at the shooting range or while performing specific tasks related to your MOS. However, one…